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FOX News
Mar 2, 2013 8:00am PST
it his field office on steroid. when we gets down on the ground and talks to people he can change mind. if you ask people do we have a good education system they say no. but if you ask if they like their school they say yes. it impacts you in oregon and people will get on board with you . fortunately, the president is more savvy than we like to let on. >> steve, the fact is, we are going in the wrong direction. we are spending more money for all of the talk about cuts. >> and that's right. and the entitlement is kicked in. it gets worse. we would haved a half trillion off of the deficit in the growth alone. the pathetic cut in the deficit in this point of the recovery is pathetic. >> a cut is a cut is a cut. >> millioningsful americans work at home to avoid all of this. yahoo is it forcing employees back to the office place. is it that the best or worst thing for america's work force? that is come happening -- coming up next. for investors like you? tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 schwab bank was built with all e value and convenience tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 investors want. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550
FOX Business
Mar 31, 2013 9:00am EDT
people and they have to change the business model and stop overcharging. >> but either way i agree but government money is involved. >> it is in the middle of the fight. go ahead. >> what it boils down to, instead of continuing the bad thing how to get out of the it as soon as possible. >> you phase them out and make it clear to the universities at the days are over . you want to borrow. go to a ask you if the government is not back stopping. what degree will you get? >> hold on a second. rick, that is a great question. what am i getting for this student loan. not only is the country at risk with a trillion dollars down the drain. but things like psychology. >> and number one. you try to get a decent white collar job without a college degree. it is not happening. you talk about credit worthiness. how many 17 year old kids have a credit history. you can't check it. >> the family should . by the way, you can check it and john, the private sector sally may which is the private lender does good credit checks and their default rate is going down. government default rate is going up. the
FOX News
Mar 16, 2013 8:00am PDT
something is not going the way you want it is how we have done a lot of social change in this country. it shows that unions are equal opportunity offenders. they will go after democrats that are not doing what they and want they will go after republicans on equal spending. unions we have to keep in mind are the main reasons that wages go up. so yes, they need to continue yell screaming and so that we can see the wages rise. they have not benefited from the recovery. >> and we have flashed on the screen the various actul numbers from the coe and about the right to work state versus none. it is it a slam dunk. >> and so gary b succeeded in shouting down the mayor and are they really winning the big battles? >> absolutely not. we have said many times, union membership is on the decline. it is kind much in a permanent free fall. unions are monopolies and demand artificially high wagings. in greece, they are upset when the dole is going to go away and the average carpenter gets 40 miles per hour. that is a heck of a lolt of money. people see oh, my gosh my salary is going away . people get ups
FOX News
Mar 9, 2013 8:00am PST
sunlight. make sure you turn the clock ahead before you go to bed tonight. good time to change the battery in warning devices like smoke detectors. i'm jamie colby and i'll see you at 1:00 p.m. eastern with kelly wright inside "america's news headquarters." back to forbes on fox for you and right now, more headlines for you 30 minutes away. have a great day, everybody. >>> job numbers are improving, but now gop leaders say they have the solution to get them going even faster. it would take the 50 different federal job training programs draining taxpayer wallets right now and meld them into just a few. but by you say we should scrap all government job training and leave it to the private sector. why? >> absolutely. this is all just a bunch of nonsense what the gop is trying. the government doesn't know how to train people. all they have to do is look at their own data which is from 2006 to 2009, people trained by the government made less money when they came out than they did in their previous job before they were trained by the government. comparing those that were trained by the governmen
FOX Business
Mar 17, 2013 2:00am EDT
, h&r block has one thing to do every year. learn the changes to the tax filing. they could have gotten this right. >> i don't know, look at how complex the last changes in taxes the deal that president obama made with congress. just made it even more complex. how can anybody get through it? >> that is what happens when you have government spending. a more complex tax code to collect for it. what i'm worried about is what health reform it is doing to the tax collect 84s. the irs. turning the irs into america's museum of mass confusion. take a look at what the the treasury inspector general for tax administration said about the problem. he is so worried about the irs being at the breaking point. unprecedented in recent history the amount of responsibility irs now given in an area meaning health reform that most people don't think of as an irs problem. he said this will lead to problems. >> mark, isn't the irs just becoming too big? >> the irs is too big but a flat tax isn't going to solve our problem. it is really a reverse robinhood approach and will increase the income inequalit
FOX Business
Mar 24, 2013 9:00am EDT
this is a nice change and hopefully it's copied. >> rick, don't you like it when colleges do step up with a new idea to try to solve this. >> yeah. i think this would be a wonderful idea. i would if it were practical in any way. college of the ozarks has 1200 kids, everyone of them is given the opportunity to work on campus in exchange for tuition. you take that to my alma mater of the ohio state university you can't find 50,000 plus jobs to give kids. it's a great thing for that small school, it couldn't possibly work everywhere. i wish it could. >> but steve, the point is that all these one size fits all solutions don't work. that's what we've seen with obama care and a lot of things. this is for one college and should be emulated if possible because it's working there. >> yes. and other schools can come up with other ways to do the same thing. one of the things as john touched on with the government subsidies it's bloated administrative costs which is why the sticker price for tuition is going up at four times the rate of inflation. that's got to be stopped. this is one way. bless
FOX Business
Mar 10, 2013 3:00am EDT
changes your life. if we work together, we can stop this epidemic. now is the moment. grace: contact brightfocus and learn more. >>> job numbers are improving, but now gop leaders say they have the solution to get them going even faster. it would take the 50 different federal job training programs draining taxpayer wallets right now and meld them into just a few. but by you say we should scrap all government job training and leave it to the private sector. why? >> absolutely. this is all just a bunch of nonsense what the gop is trying. the government doesn't know how to train people. all they have to do is look at their own data which is from 2006 to 2009, people trained by the government made less money when they came out than they did in their previous job before they were trained by the government. comparing those that were trained by the government to those that were not, in the first six months they were trained in the sim jobs, only earned on average $600 more. but the cost was $4,000. so this whole thing needs to be scrapped tronto. >> morgan, let's stop doing things we know f
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